Saturday, May 4, 2019

My PMS Kits Giveaway 5 Winners

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42 comments:

  1. Advil, plenty of good sleep and hot baths.

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  2. My coping mechanism used to be a heating pad and soothing cup of red raspberry tea. My daughter takes a hot bath and keeps an ice pack on her abdomen.

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  3. Samantha WagnerMay 4, 2019 at 9:54 PM

    I usually crave sweets, so I indulge in chocolate and ice cream :)

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  4. Plenty of sleep is how I cope because it takes a lot of energy out of me.

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  5. I would have to say that my best strategy is exercise to keep my mood and energy up.

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  6. Coffee or tea and going for a walk in the fresh air. I always need to be alone when stressed!

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  7. I have a breathing technique I try to use....or music helps as well.

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  8. I cope with plenty of sleep and relaxation.

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  9. I took Tylenol and Advil and did as little as possible. I no longer have to deal with this but my youngest daughter has it as bad as I did.

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  10. Trying to avoid stress at this time is so important if possible :). Hot epsom salt baths and my weighted blanket.

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  11. I always drink hot peppermint tea with honey and advil. A Bavarian filled doughnut or a huge Hershey bar usually helps too.

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  12. i have a heatin pad for cramps ty :)

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  13. Rest & eating well helps. Left comments on the Instagram accounts. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  14. I make sure to get plenty of sleep.

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  15. Soak in hot bath and ibuprofen

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  16. Knowing when to exercise and when to rest is my go to coping strategies

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  17. Heating pad and a bath when I can

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  18. Man , I get every single text book PMS symptom and then some , so I have a ritual of coping techniques. From specific teas, to hour long burn your skin off showers, I use a homemade hot water bottle so it is heavier and can help with cramps and then some lots of stuff.

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  19. sleep and chocolate haha.

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  20. Hot tea and a warm blanket usually helps me with coping.

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  21. Deep breathing and visualization

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  22. I use a hot water bottle, ibuprofen, hot tea, a warm blanket and a good book to tough my way through mine.

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  23. My cramps get so bad there's nothing I can do but lay down and try to sleep it off! Lots of rest helps me the best.

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  24. Tylenol and a heating pad

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  25. laying down and tea helps a bit.

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  26. Using ibuprofen and laying down helps me.

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  27. I take Midol for cramps and it helps a lot!

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  28. I use Motrin to deal with it each month.

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  29. Laying down and reading is my coping strategy

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  30. Hot soak in the tubs w, epson salts and CBD

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  31. Hot lavender bath with a cup of tea.

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  32. A lot of rest, relaxation, and cold compresses!

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